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Oakland Raiders Offseason 2016

Mattermap door Shaun Bellamy 29 april 2016

Oakland Raiders Offseason 2016

  • 2016 Season Schedule

    • Home:
      Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Houston, Indianapolis, Atlanta, Carolina, Buffalo
      Levi Damien Bron:
    • Away:
      Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Jacksonville, Tennessee, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Baltimore
      Levi Damien Bron:
    • A three-win jump from 7-9 to 10-6 is a lot, but it is doable, given the improvements Oakland made in free agency.
      Paul Gutierrez Bron:
  • Free Agent Signings

    • Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bruce Irvin plans to sign with the Oakland Raiders when the signing period opens Wednesday, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
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    • Free agent cornerback Sean Smith has signed with the Oakland Raiders, according to Rand Getlin from the NFL Network.
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    • The Oakland Raiders have signed unrestricted free agent OL Kelechi Osemele
    • The Oakland Raiders announced they have signed star safety Reggie Nelson.
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  • 2016 Draft

    • With the 14th pick in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders select West Virginia safety Karl Joseph.
      Ryan Wilson Bron:
    • Joseph Grade B+ Love this player. This would be an A+ grade if he wasn’t coming off an ACL.
      Pete Prisco Bron:
    • The maximum Karl Joseph will get in his 4-year rookie deal is $11,884,318, which includes a signing bonus of no more than $6,843,140.
      Joel Corry Bron:
    • The Oakland Raiders ultimately had Karl Joseph fall right into their laps at Pick #14.
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  • Re-Location Rumors

    • The NFL is reportedly becoming more open to the idea of the Oakland Raiders relocating to Las Vegas as the franchise tries to map out its future.
      Matt Fitzgerald Bron:
    • Davis pledges Raiders will contribute $500 million to the stadium project if approved. #DOTHEDOMETHING
    • “We remain confident that the Raiders can build a new stadium in Oakland without a direct public subsidy."
      Libby Schaaf Bron: